Interesting Devil's face bill

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Nedconed
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Interesting Devil's face bill

Postby Nedconed » Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:51 pm

Hi I am posting this for my Dad he is wondering if anyone has some info or idea on the value of this bill. He has not come accross any other devils face bills with the off-set cuts. Thanks for any input.
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tristen1230
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Re: Interesting Devil's face bill

Postby tristen1230 » Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:01 pm

Very nice bill and it is an out of register printing or a cutting error. It is definitely a circulated piece but since it looks like an error it will more likely add value. I am not 1 hundred percent sure but I can say people will offer what they want to offer with errors but I devils face will add value.

Samuel
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Re: Interesting Devil's face bill

Postby Samuel » Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:49 am

As I know, this banknote can be sold for approximately C $500. However, other members of the forum can correct me.... 8)

bushman74
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Re: Interesting Devil's face bill

Postby bushman74 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 12:00 am

Wow Samuel, where did you ever get an estimate of approx C$500.

Firstly, even if you use Charlton's guide for an off cut $10 Unc it would be a max of $125. This note at best if a G although some might push it to a VG. The VG depreciated value is 15% of that or $18.75. Unfortunately there is little or no demand for an off cut of this poor quality so by itself (without Devil's face) it really is not worth more then face value.

The Trends VG value of this Devil's Face is approx $32.

If I had this note at a coin show I would have it up for sale at approx $20 - 25 and possibly let it go for $18 - 19.

At a flea market you might get $25 - 30 from an uneducated person, possibly more.

It really is not a good note and I have sold a large number of Devil's Face notes over the years including off-cuts.

Sorry, just the simple facts.


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